Chemcal Properties of Material Surfaces
Publisher: Marcel Dekker, Inc. | 2001 | 762 pages | ISBN: 0824705602 | PDF | 28,4 mb
Adsorption phenomena at solid-electrolyte solution interfaces at room temperature and at atmospheric pressure are reviewed in this book with a special emphasis on the mutual relationship between adsorption and surface charging. This relationship is particularly significant for adsorption of inorganic ions on silica, metal oxides and hydroxides, certain salts, e.g. silicates, and clay minerals. The models of surface ionization and complexation originally developed in colloid chemistry are widely used in different fields, including catalysis, ceramics, corrosion science, environmental sciences, geology,' mineral processing, nuclear waste management, and soil science.